ANTEC® 2022 On-Demand Presentations

75+ hours of 'bonus' presentations are currently available whether you attended ANTEC® 2022 in person or not. NOTE: Recorded presentations do not include presentations from ANTEC® in-person.

Those who registered for in-person ANTEC® in Charlotte, NC, can access On-Demand presentations as part of their ANTEC® 2022 registration.

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On-Demand Presentations


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Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing Back to Top^
Changes in Polyamide 11 Microstructure and Chemistry During Selective Laser Sintering
Gabrielle Esposito, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Researcher
University of North Carolina and Lehigh University
Applied Rheology Back to Top^
A Semi-Genetic Process for Fitting Polymer Viscosities and Selecting Best Models
Paul Van Huffel
Senior Application Engineer
Altair Engineering, Inc.
Fabrication of Expandable Filaments Towards In-Situ Foam 3D Printing of Microcellular Poly(Lactic Acid)
Karun Kalia
Graduate Student
UMass Lowell
An Explicit Non-Newtonian Fluid Model for Polymeric Flow With Finite Stretch
Donggang Yao
Georgia Institute of Technology
Color and Appearance Back to Top^
Preliminary Investigation of Oxygen Pressurized Chambers for Accelerated UV Weathering
Henry Hardcastle
Director, Research and Development
Composites Back to Top^
Evaluation of Shear Modulus Using Destructive Shear Test and Non-destructive Ultrasonic Shear Waves
Experiment and Simulation of 1D Flow and In-plane Permeability Validation in RTM
Yu-Ho Chen
CoreTech System (Moldex3D)
Extraction of Cure-Dependent Fatigue Behavior of Filament-Wound Composites for Fuel Cell Vehicle App
Royan Dmello
Assistant Research Scientist
University of Michigan
Engineering Properties and Structure Back to Top^
FEM Modeling on Scratch Behavior of Micro-Patterned Polymer Surfaces
Sumit Khatri
Graduate Research Assistant
Texas A&M University
Scratch & Fracture Behavior of Talc-Reinforced Polypropylene
Kwanghae Noh
Graduate Student
Texas A&M University
The Toughening of Highly Crosslinked Epoxy Networks using Core-Shell Rubber Particles
Samuel Swan
Graduate Student
Deakin University
Extrusion Back to Top^
2.5D Twin Screw Extruder Model Feed Section Analysis
Gregory A. Campbell
Clarkson University (Emeritus Professor)
Castle Research Associates
Multilayer Extrusion of Higher and Lower Modulus Alternating Polymer System
Joel Thambi
Sr. Scientist
A Recycle Stream in the Reactive Extrusion Process for Preparing Lignocellulosic Thermoplastic
Michael Thompson
McMaster University
Flexible Packaging Back to Top^
The Development of a Flexible Spout for Flexible Packaging
Liangkai Ma
Research Scientist
Injection Molding Back to Top^
Density-Based Analysis of Polymers Using Magnetic Levitation Device Constructed by Magnet Arrays
Peng Zhao, Ph.D.
Zhejiang University
Mold Technologies Back to Top^
Diffusion-Bonded Mold Inserts Expand the Portfolio of Injection Molding Tool Manufacture
Vanessa Frettlöh
Division Manager, Surface Technology - Tools
Gemeinnuetzige KIMW Forschungs - GmbH
Polymer Analysis Back to Top^
Analytical Method Development for Additive Analysis in Polyethylene
Praveen Boopalachandran
Research Scientist
Ultraviolet-C (UVC) Exposure and Its Effect on Color Change for Polystyrene (Part 1)
Kristen Chang
R&D Engineer
Atlas Material Testing Technology, LLC
Development of a Non-Destructive Measurement Method for Quality Assessment of Foamed Plastic Parts
Ruben Schlutter, Ph.D.
Research Assistant
Thermoplastic Elastomers Back to Top^
Elastollan® Thermoplastic Polyurethane
Felicia Bokel, Ph.D.
Senior Scientist
Thermoplastic Materials and Foams Back to Top^
Experimental Studies of High Density Polyethylene Exposed to Chlorine Dioxide Media With Various Concentrations and Temperatures
Min-Seok Choi
Graduate Student
Korea University
Cyclic Olefin Copolymer Foam: A Promising Thermal Insulation Material
Sundong Kim
Graduate Student
University of Toronto
Foaming Behavior and Property of PMMA Nanofoam Fabricated by Hot-Bath and Hot-Press Foaming

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